Little Star Pizza Is Incognito in the South Bay

Luis Chong
​Little Star Pizza has opened a new South Bay shop, but few customers might realize this, since the one-week old Downtown Campbell restaurant is instead named Blue Line Pizza.

Little Star Pizza co-founder Brian Sadigursky has partnered with Angela Pace for this latest venture; their new business name is a homage to one of the train lines that run between O'Hare Airport and Downtown Chicago.

The menu features the same deep dish and thin crust pizzas that made Little Star famous in San Francisco, although the signature deep dish pizza has been rechristened Blue Line. Also on the menu are Little Star's spicy chicken wings (by the pound) and housemade NY-style cheesecake. The only menu differences we could notice was having more salads, a spicy beef meatballs appetizer, and panini during lunch.


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We admire the boldness of the owners by taking the plunge with a new name, confident that the food was good enough to speak for itself. Which it does.

Blue Line Pizza
415 E. Campbell Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008
(408) 378-2800
Mon.-Thu. 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fri.-Sat. 11:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.

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Obama's favorite Chicago deep dish is made by a place that bought their recipe from Little Star.


I like Patxi's better and they came to Campbell first.


 True, Paxti's is good, but it's not really Chicago style Pizza, which is what Little Star serves.

- Signed, an actual Chicagoan who worked in a Chicago style pizza restaurant to get through high school

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